Nook Touch Finally Really Reviewed

Forget any other “review” you’ve read. Barnes & Noble, like most other companies, tends to give first preference to gadget sites. And they aren’t people who read like we read.

It takes a real reader who’s also experienced other devices to do a review with some meat and details that are important to us readers.

And that’s just what Bettie Sharpe provides over at Dear Author with this: GUEST REVIEW: Bettie Sharpe on the Nook Touch

Now that a review has appeared at a site centered on reading, you can expect any question you might have had to be brought up in the Comments there. And if it isn’t, just ask.

Previously here:

First Video: Rooted Nook Touch Running ADW Launcher
First Video: Nook Touch As Kindle!
Why No Flood Of Rooted Nook Touch?
Rooted Nook Touch Mention
Let The Nook Touch Rooting Begin!
First Video Of Nook Touch Hidden Web Browser
Nook Touch Has Hidden But Functional Web Browser
First Photo: Website On Nook Touch Hidden Browser



Filed under Barnes & Noble Nook

2 responses to “Nook Touch Finally Really Reviewed

  1. ME!

    “140 page EULA”

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